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it amounts to amnesty for people who entered the u.s. illegally. >>> the san mateo county elections officers is investigating the discovery of 65 uncounted ballots if 9 ballots were found friday. election officer mark church appears someone put them in a closed box and they were not seen. he says there was not enough to change the election. >>> time 16:16. we are finding out more about the fatal shooting of quinn boyer. yesterday 16-year-old christian burton was in court. no cameras were allowed but he is being tried as an adult. prosecutors say burton shot boyer while trying to carjack him in the oakland hills earlier this month. burton will not face the death penalty because of his age. also a 13-year-old boy has been charged in that shooting. so now the total number of suspects is up to six. >>> this fall notices will be going out to certain property owners in san francisco because of a new sizic retrofit law. san francisco mayor ed lee signed the bill yesterday on the anniversary of the 1906 earthquake and fire. it targets about 3,000 soft story buildings that could collapse in a strong
mexico in may, where he will meet with the newly- elected mexican presidents. this is one hour, 25 minutes. >> welcome, everybody. we will begin. thank you for coming. if i can ask all of your potato chip bags be discreet in the way you eat them and the up with it -- obligatory notice of tournament -- turning off the ringers on your mobile phones, but encouraging u.s. the same time to plead as much as you want under the hashtag we are using today. i am the president of the policy institute. we have an extraordinary -- nel da i am hst twelcomehe new ambassador from mexico to the united states, who has already become a good friend to many here in washington. and just to introduce what we do here. we are a small, independent think-tank. hereve had a project called the 21st century border initiative for three years now. we have been trying to tell a simple story to policy-makers in washington, which is that, because of an increase investment, better strategy, and greater cooperation between the united states and mexico, perhaps unprecedented, that our border is safer on the u.s. side.
elected president is that now you can turn to a black child and say you really can be president. >> but do you really want to? [laughter] no thanks, we don't want that job. >> one of the ways to oppress somebody is to get them to oppress themselves. >> right. >> so freeing these images in the media from stereotypes is about freeing people from the shackles on their own imagination. >> it's interesting how obama himself has become a one man cultural war just by being who he is. not just what he durksz who he is. as you mentioned, it seems like we have abortion rights, cob that sense -- contraception, and yet we have the pretty strong advance of marriage equality and gay rights. can you kind of speak to that? what's going on there? >> i think it would be the other way around. >> yes. >> really, really good question. and so as we know, hardly anyone believed in gay marriage ten years ago, and now there's significant majority support in pretty much every community accept among white evangelical conservative christians. and where we are with abortion rights is kind of comply -- complicated. on
. >> shannon: were the votes about conscience or re-election? >> lyou know, i will tell you something, what happened with the amendment, of course, that everyone was relying ont when it came to the gun control effort. the fact is, you have a bunch of democrat who is voted against that because they are needing re-election. they weren't going to sacrifice themselves or their careers for anabomma agend a. i would suggest for a democratally controlled senate, write a bill that can pass. it seems like none of them -- neither the republicans or the democrats -- wanted any of this to pass and they are both usingt for election airing, campaigning at this point. >> shannon: after the vote, the president spoke publicly and he seemed to be very upset. he said it was a shameful day for washington. how much of a loss is this for him? or is it? >> it is a loss. i think he could have worked the reps better. he should be invoighted the senators to the white house and could have done more to convince them this was the right thing to do. it is not just the democrats who voted against thave you 41 republican
or to elect their leaders or to choose the future that they wanted for themselves. eve also seen -- i've also seen firsthand what can happen when we work together and encourage change for the better, that amazing spark that grows into a shining light, a spotlight, if you will, on hope and progress. .. who i met in her own 15, 20 years ago, where she was imprisoned, where after decades of confinement, not unlike nelson mandela, she has come out and enable to forgive and to start working alongside her former captors to try to build a stronger and for your burma. or as we also saw, the libyans who filled freedom square in benghazi, first to bring down a dictator, and then again to let libya's democratal ected government no other demands. the rights that these men and women struggled for reflect values that we as americans hold dear. they are key to our dna. they are who we are as a country, they are the bedrock of our nation. but they aren't exclusively a american values, and i want to stress that. they are not american rights. they are not western values or western rights. they belong to all pe
too fix it before the 2014 elections because another poll in this district that mitt romney won by 18% in this ppp poll said that by a two to one margin, voters were less likely to vote for republicans in the future because of their vote on background checks. i've said it all along. i've warned the nra from the beginning, give a pass on this legislation you've supported before. don't put your feet in cement because you're going to get knocked over. you're going to get beaten to a pulp politically. and you are. can you believe this, willie? >> this is too easy. it's not even risky for you to say. >> who are these fools on capitol hill who bury their head in the sand and are in the minority in one of the most conservative districts in one of the most conservative states in america and go with wayne lapierre instead of ronald reagan, who are these fools that listen to survivalists and cower in the corner and allow al qaeda members to have more readily access to weapons? who are these people? >> there are a lot of them. >> there are. >> we showed their names last week. >> they're democrat
this session or before the next election but raise the level of attention and awareness around the country and the level of rage that many people feel. >> when we talk about the boston effect and the effect it is having on conversations whether it is about immigration reform and gun control in washington right now, we have editor and publisher of the political report speculating that the boston marathon bombings may have had this effect on people thinking with the suspects on the run i wish i had something here to protect myself. what do you think about that and where that falls into the debate conversation? >> what we are still learning because the investigation is on going is how these two individuals obtained the guns that they had illegally. we know that they were illegally in possession of those firearms because the older brother had no permit or i.d. for them and the younger brother was too young to have such a permit. so the fact that the illegal firearms were involved and obviously illegal explosives in this horrific terrible tragedy certainly heightens the concern and attention to
,500 flights worldwide each day. a showdown may be looming in venezuela, after a disputed presidential election. president-elect nicolas maduro warned today he will not allow an opposition march tomorrow. he blamed protesters for monday's clashes that killed at least seven people and injured dozens in caracas and other cities. the demonstrators demanded a full vote recount, something elections authorities have ruled out. maduro charged today it's all part of a coup plot, orchestrated by opposition candidate henrique capriles. >> (translated): the results were impeccable, they know it, the group that has so much hate within and that yesterday went crazy calling for violence for people in the street. i can announce here we have defeated a coupe but they are going to continue to destabilize. today i declare the coup defeated. >> sreenivasan: the official results from sunday's election showed maduro winning by 265,000 votes. opposition officials say their count shows that capriles won by more than 300,000 votes. a major earthquake struck southeastern iran today, killing dozens of people. the quake
-- to 130060 in four years. so that, i think obviously is tied to the election of barack obama. of course, that's what immediately precedes this rise. i think the main driver of this growth is the election of our first black president, and more importantly, what that election represents. the changing racial demographics of the united states, the ideas as the census bureau has predicted, that whites will lose their majority by about 2043. of course at the very same time, in the fall of 2008 action we saw the collapse of the economy beginning, of course, with the subprime crisis, so that really added fuel to the fire, made people angry, afraid, concerned, feeling like the country they lived in was not the country they grew up in, and so on. i think those are the two main things. the debate that began about gun control i think clearly has raised the temperature even more. sirchlts we just spent the last half hour talking about the fabric of american society being woven even tighter in times of tragedy, but can't forget about the fact that there are certain pockets about deep dissatisfaction. >> we
to feel our elected efficients make our needs and it's in physical presence and i have had the great pleasure of serving under our mayor lee who i would like to make a invite to make a few remarks in honor or of arab heritage month here in san francisco. >> thank you, thank you joaquin, thank you, welcome to our orange city hall. i want to welcome everybody here this fourthth animal america arab month of separation and it's my pleasure to join us here and many of us know that we are such a lucky city, and we are lucky because people around their world make their way to fraction, find hopey until the city they know that we celebrate our diversity and find strength in the different cultures that pretend together and now, i ask you also to bring me talent from the arab america communities to make me and help me lune run the city. yes, it's incredible. union, i think i can talk about how wonderful diversity is, but we have to get the talent from our communities to represent all of the different thing that we do in the city. and you know, tonight, even though there is something calle
was daebl but we've elected to move it into phase one >> one addition to that the individual items how we were phase one or phase two at one point the heating systems could be moved from phase one to phase 2 but it was two expensive but that's how we've treated this process. >> i think where the escalator and elevator systems we can accomplish that in phase one. >> does that regard the sign in phase one or phase two? >> what happens if we disagree with the america's cups folk on the timing of putting our sicken up what recourse is there? >> the host agreement has in it a dispute resolution clause that has mediation through - there's a bind arbitration so it's very specifically donated what the avenue is to resolve this. >> it doesn't look like it's incomparable. >> how. other donors have given over $10,000? >> i believe there are 2. >> thank you. there any public comment? >> good afternoon tom with liveable city. i'm tempted to comment on the boats booking the signs. when the decision was made to locate the crews ship terminal here - let me go back. the two spaces are supposed t
without basic rights, whether it is the right to speak their mind or worship freely, or to elect their leaders, or to choose the future they wanted for themselves. i've also seen firsthand what can happen when we work together and encourage change for the better. hat amazing spark that grows into a shining light, a spotlight, if you will, on hope and progress. i've seen personally, the tears running down the faces who have gotten to vote for the first time in their lives. i've seen the joy in young kids who have gone to school for the first time in their lives. i've seen the tears of joy at voting in the philippines when women emerged from the voting booth, casting the ballot for the first time in the 70 years of her life. i met a woman in her home where she was imprisoned. after decades of confinement, not unlike nelson mandela she has come out and been able to forgive and start working alongside her former captors to build a stronger and freer berma. also in benghazi to bring down a dictator and let libya's democratically elected government know of their demands. men and s that
will be at the conference. at the full historic he prejsz hearing the commission nominated and elected bob attorney a landmark historian as their representative to the fund committee. the commission only had one entitlement on their calendar which was the major permits for 135 powell street to replace a damage area for a flagship store to open later in may. and finally president haas and i gave a condition on the project myself and other members of the committee examined the building on the project and the contractor is going to provide a list of the priorities and this is for the rehabilitation of the building and the san francisco agricultural heritage does have some plans and i'll give you the results of report. that concludes any presentation. yes, thank you. >> my understanding was the parking lot was a separate issue and i'm very pleased mr. attorney is appointed to the fund committee he's a wonderful member of the planning board. >> first in regards to the ferry building i know there's a historical aspect of it and there's also this parking issue. i'd like to hear more about the specific r
respond to - >> sure. >> i've heard this a couple of times our election allows two appeals that's not true you are loud one appeal. now if that's legislation is changed then, yes then you can have more than one appeal. that's important to also lay out. in the planning commission would have to approve all the determinations and that's not true the puc still issued the planning permits. now if they have issues they can turn it back to the puc but they don't have to approve every declaration. for the negative declaration our - the thirty day appeal window begins at the beginning the appeal process. and the last piece on the mta we had asked planning for the universe that the puc gives but we simply were not able to get that information prior to drafting this so without having an understanding of a database it's hard for us to determine how best to make the recommendations. we had just drafted it so the determinations we are finally made. we looked this up and since january 1st mta has granted 6 and puc has granted 16 that's roughly 88 exemptions her year but we have to base our leg
and controller's office. and we have elected officials that introduced them. the public utility commission and rec and park department, mta, department of building inspection, the health department. and san francisco public housing authority. department of emergency management. department of public works. office of small business and mayor's office of disability. we have a number of officials from the san francisco police department who are here as well. that's all i have. we look forward to hear from you. >> okay. if you have comment cards and they are ready, can you just hold them up. we have our team that will grab your cards. please hold them up. at this time we will have representatives from two district 10 organizations, daphne mcnowel and stacy bartnet and the asian
a trail, trying to make old faces new again. but can any of these folks actually get elected again? >>> good morning from washington. i'm chuck todd. this is your tuesday edition of "the daily rundown." it is april 23rd. right to my first reads of the morning. >>> 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev who was shot in the head, neck, leg and hands according to newly released documents, has been officially charged with using a weapon of mass destruction that resulted in three deaths and more than 170 injuries. he's also been charged with malicious destruction of property by means of an explosive device resulting in death. both charges carry the death penalty as a maximum sentence. tsarnaev was read his miranda rights in a brief bedside session in the intensive care unit at boston's beth israel hospital. the appearance began when a magistrate judge asked a doctor whether he was alert saying you can rouse him. according to a transcript of the appearance, tsarnaev nodded for times to questions but spoke just one word. when asked can you afford a lawyer, he answered simply -- no. the government
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between winning this and losing. if you look at those democrats, anderson, all but one are up for re-election next year in very red states. in very pro gun states. that was something that was lard for the president to take, but his -- there's no question that he and the people around him understood the politics of it. i think what surprised them the most was that there was a conservative republican pat toomey on this piece of legislation, he was able to get virtually no republicans that they weren't -- they didn't sort of think they had them in the bag before. what happened? look, i think the president -- i don't think anybody would argue with the fact that the president made a very cogent argument today of what happened. it is politics, it is genuine fear of the gun lobby. and i talked to several people who were in the room with the senators who they thought were on the fence, and it's clear to them, they thought, that the senators were looking for ways to get out of it as opposed to ways to say yes. >> glower yarks president obama visibly angry and emotional today. which is not something we
for the presidential election but they didn't want anybody from the south, obviously because of the slavery situation. franklin pierce appeared to them to be the best bet as a nominee at that time. and merely because of his reputation as a marvelous racketeer but he had remained popular with the south and it was thought there was a good chance that he would be able to win that nomination. there was a great deal of politicking, i have to say, around about that time. but eventually he was nominated at the 48 ballot. >> despite the 48 ballots to get him the nomination, he won the white house in an overwhelming landslide. >> he did, yes. >> so the pierces came in popular. but tell us about this woman we would describe as a reluctant first lady. >> yeah, she was very reluctant. >> what were her greatest influences? >> i don't -- well, if she had any influences, they were negative, i have to say. she came into the white house, she was a 47-year-old lady who it is well known hated politics. she was obviously deeply depressed at the death of her last surviving son. especially under the terrible circumstances
. >> venezuela is divided after election results sparked protests and celebrations. officials showed that he narrowly defeated with 50.7% of the vote. he was hand picked successor. authorities formally confirmed him as venezuela's president elect on friday. >> looking at some of the personal stories. i will save that for viewers. i want to read some of them to you about the -year-old boy you will hear their stories coming up after the break. [ alarm clock ringing ] [ female announcer ] if you have rheumatoid arthritis, can you start the day the way you want? can orencia (abatacept) help? [ woman ] i wanted to get up when i was ready, not my joints. [ female announcer ] could your "i want" become "i can"? talk to your rheumatologist. orencia reduces many ra symptoms like pain, morning stiffness and the progression of joint damage. it's helped new ra patients and those not helped enough by other treatments. do not take orencia with another biologic medicine for ra due to an increased risk of serious infection. serious side effects can occur including fatal infections. cases of lymphoma and lun
there was no point to have it. we had to vote to appoint him because by our charter we appoint, not elect. the selection committee votes on it and it goes to the board and our board today voted to appoint him, both in the section of our board meeting. it was to afford him the courtesy to talk to his own board and the people he needed to talk to before we could inform our board. and that was unfortunately a time lag of about 6 weeks. and he of course wanted to give proper notice and that's why he will not be officially joining us until june 1st. >> any other questions? okay. well thank you all very much. i hope we'll see you many many times in our press conferences and our dealings with our new director and the great success that i'm sure he will bring for the success here at the fine arts museums. thank you. [ applause ] supervisor avalos, breed present. supervisor chiu? chiu present. supervisor cohen? cohen present. supervisor farrell? farrell present. supervisor kim? kim present. supervisor mar? mar present. supervisor tang? tang present. supervisor wiener? wiener present. supervisor y
states can't printed money. >> bill: it's maryland's fault because they elect these crazy people. look it's a beautiful state. you put o'malley in there. you wanted o'malley. now she taxing the rain. next week he is going to tax the sun. [ laughter ] >> bill: you monica, have a beef with president obama paying 18%? >> two things. first of all. >> bill: it's 43 combo. >> waited a minute. he takes aggressive deductions which is what all americans do but his talk about paying your fair share never pays one cent nor. >> bill: we don't know any politicians that do that. he has paid a lot of money to charity. >> two points. number one in terms of charity, that is nice, i'm glad he does it. he should be voluntarily setting an example bumping up his contributions --. >> bill: i like the charity thing. >> money we pay in taxes is percentage of how much money we make is lower that is spent since 1955. >> bill: there is more money coming in to the feds than ever before. >> that is not the issue. you are complaining about people paying too much in taxes. we are paying less in taxes than we paid in de
be released observe during the 2012 election season. >>> now the creator of the hit family guy is now at the center of a boston bombing controversy. find out what he is now saying on twitter. >>> there may soon be more taxis on san francisco streets and they have authorized 120 new taxi permits this year and 220 next year. there are 1,700 right now but there is a long waiting list for those medallions and by the way they cost a quarter of a million dollars each. >> traffic continues to look good on 880 westbound as you drive out to the mcarthur maze. now we are off to a nice start as you drive through and in fact as you are driving the bay bridge approach, it has not been all that bad and traffic is moving a long well into san francisco. this morning's commute is looking good on northbound 280 and traffic continues to look good all the way into the valley, 5:07 let's go to steve. >>> breezy to windy out there, very mild on most of the lows, this is a wind gusts forecast and i think it is more of a broad brush, not specific to one area but it will be 20 to 25 today, and for all now san
republicans. >> obama: families that know unspeakable grief summoned the courage to petition their elected leaders, not just to honor the memory of their children, but to protect the lives of all of our children. a few minutes ago, a minority in the united states senate decided it wasn't worth it. >> michael: the amendment's odds looked so dim that joe manchin took to the senate floor this morning to make background a national security issue, by tying it to the fbi's most-wanted terrorist. >> our gun laws are so outdated and so out of whack that even this person who wants to do damage and harm to every american, even this american has figured out how to exploit them to arm themselves and people like him in our country. >> michael: connecticut senator chris murphy saw the result coming from a mile away. last night he tweeted . . . murphy of course represents newtown. in the 241 days since the slaughter of 20 school children and six educators, at least 3,482 americans have died in gun violence. that's about 134 new townes since newtown. these senators democrats and repu
the president challenged the american voters to remember come next congressional election. >> you outnumber those arguing the other way. >> latest washington post poll shows 86% of americans support universal background checks but opponents fear would it lead to a national gun registry. >> there is a concern at some point maybe way, way in the future, the government would like to know where the guns are so they can perhaps confiscate them. >> four months after thes massacre not only did the ban go down but the vote requiring background checks came up six votes short. bruce cane says the bomb blast in boston could have played a part. >> of course the paranoid people want to keep their guns makes them want to keep their guns more. >> tonight the senator says she's disappointed and believes american people are head of the elected officials on this issue. she could have been talking about california which has background checks and assault weapon ban and a limit on the size of ammo clips. >> there is some breaking news in central texas. an explosion in the tount of west. you can see west is nort
. there are a lot of data gaps. i was a local elected official and we worked very hard to get schools to collect data on incidents of violence in the school and, frankly, there's a lot of data integrity issues involved. you don't want to be the school that has the highest number of incidents in your district. and so there's a built-in perverse incentive to sweep things under the rug. and so part of the challenge moving forward and i have had many conversations with superintendents and law enforcement officials as well about how we can address this data integrity issue and how a school won't be hoisted by their own petard because they had the courage to collect the data when other schools kind of look the other way. so, again, it's a hard question to answer in ways that are other than anecdote. there have been survey data and things of that nature, but i feel uncomfortable saying unequivocally this is what we know, these are the trends. i like to be evidence based and i'm not sure the evidence allows that. >> roslyn, challenges to you and secretary duncan. >> for the first time you can see dat
, elected official, law enforcement, they really present us with a set of complex questions. and above all, though, i have to repeat that the justice department, our federal united states department of justice, has the responsibility to enforce the controlled substances act. and that remains unchanged. to -- no state, no executive can nullify a statute that's been passed by congress. as the department of justice has noted, though, federal drug enforcement resources -- just like i did as a police chief -- we prioritize and target the serious crimes. serious crimes of drug dealing, violent crime and trafficking. and let's be clear that law enforcement officials take an oath of office to uphold federal law, and they're going to continue to pursue drug traffickers and drug dealers and transnational criminal organizations, all of which weaken our communities, and they pose very serious threats to our nation. and too often discussions about marijuana, though, dwell on this issue of legalization and whether making the drug more widely and easily available -- which it would be when it becomes lega
hope not. i believe that the people, the american people spoke eloquently in election. that is the hiscttee voted 70% for the democrat. that opens -- perhaps immigration reform was an issue whose time had come. that's why will have an immigration bill. 70% of hispanics voted democratic but it wasn't that they had a change of heart or a change of mind. it's that they had a clear picture. the fog faded from how important this issue was too many people in our country. and i feel very confident about how we go forward on the immigration bill. i commend the a to senators for the work they did. of course, it's a compromise. when i change things? of course, i do think that's what a compromise is about. i'm proud of the pashtuns are recalling the gang of eight? i don't know. bipartisan team in the house that were for democrats, for republicans have been working on this issue for longtime and their proposals are very much like what had been in the senate. so we're pretty happy about the place that it is. don't get me wrong. it's not ago that i would have written. it's not somet
elections. we don'tw result office them. public forces might win. what happens if italy goes in the wrong direction? do you accommodate italy or confront italy? there's been donate the eurozone how much you rely on bailouts rather than bail-ins, involve the banks, and there's not a mechanical template as needed when necessary, billings might be a positive solution. so what are the rules of the game in which case the banks sovereignty will be necessary. >> italy. italy is much more flexible than germany. therefore i thing italy will find a solution. the germans would be, oh, hopeless. in such a situation. italy, no. by the way, i don't share your interpretation of the outcome of last election to say they voted against -- 90% against this policy of monte. i think it was a vote against the political left, and if you look at what is going on in italy, you can imagine, you can understand, -- you have -- it's not -- i don't think it was a decision against the policy of monte. monte is -- was a successful prime minister, was a very good member of european commission, and i like him very much. bu
intuitively obvious that competition increases quality. why you suppose the last election since it is so obvious america voted for an increased control -- control, increased socialist tendencies to increase control over our lives, what we do that? >> i don't have a clue about election. these pele a totally stupid, republicans and democrats. john: on that note, thank you. when we return, good news but education. some schools where kids like to learn. ♪ john: the educatioblob has been weakened some. that is good. the governmt monopoly has allowed some schools to escape s tight grip and some innovators. some are great, like the school in harle where they have managed to get so-called address ki to like lrning. >> you guys look forwa to going to school in the morning? >> yes. >> school is boring. >> no. >> reading his work, but it's rocking aweme. john: that is awesome to hear. the bad news is that most kids to want to attend that school cannot. that charter as ten applicants for every spot. but, most american schools are nothing like that. most states to almosnothing to help kids escape t
of taiwan. the taiwanese had a presidential election underway, and the chinese were using a not too subtle way of explaining to them what they wanted the outcome of that election to be. thises was an unacceptable form of military coercion and both the general and i agreed that a strong response was needed by the united states, something more than a diplomatic letter of protest. after some discussion we agreed to send two carrier battle groups to taiwan. within an hour the president had approved our recommendation and before the day was over, though carrier battle groups were underway steaming to taiwan. at a press conference the next day, i was asked would i not fear this would lead to military clash with china. i said, i was not concerned of that. and when asked why, i said, i think, well, because we have the best damn navy in the world. this was not an extravagant or hyper bolic statement t. was simply a statement of fact. it was a fact that not only i knew. it was a fact which other nations understood. even one carrier battle group had more military fire power than any other nation's e
the election was over we would pit one where the other in the positioning of the book and even the tattling of the book of the subtitle of the book says the pentagon who won. if it had been mitt romney would have had bucks the said, well, we are in a mess. we have a chance now of getting out of it before we have a lot of work to do. here's a we need to do. in the pivot for barack obama winning the election is to allow, we are in ms demand it's only going to get worse from here. >> a little publishing insight from margie rosten a president and publisher of the conservative print. >> thank you very much. nice to see. >> some of the latest headlines surrounding the publishing of this past week. >> you're watching book tv, now peter blair henry argues that the u.s. to look to china, brazil, mexico, and other developing countries to develop its own plan for prosperity. this is about 50 minutes. >> growing up as a little boy on the isle of dominica, the early 1970's, the chairs the time spent on the porch of my grandmother central --, -- simpe porch. they're on 31b wait a little important cross a
the building at the edgy intersection of sixth and market and also hometo mayor lee's election head quarters was leased by benchmark capital from the not to edgy sand hill road in pal low alto we have seen mid market morph from michael douglas and carl mailed den chasing bad guys to twitters 2012 move into 10th and market and now, onto doll bee sounds one million dollars acquisition of ninth and mark along with squared 250,000 square foot least at 11th and market new apartment construction continues as well this crescent heights high rise at the tenth and market and one money hundred van s into 400 apartments with unlimited views. now while san francisco has long 'em braced it's history igpublic transit the city is moving swiftly from analogue to dig at that time the one .6 billion central subway is transforming land use along the fourth street corridor with the proposedded corridor moon plan setting the stage for the neck decade and looking further into the future the cal train yards at fourth and town send also known as the north end of silicon valley may under go under ground rails and m
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, and our elected officials have every responsibility to provide answers to all of the questions. >> republican party has conducted what itself liters call an autopsy, ed rawlins and michael goodwin take pulse of the g.o.p. >> small community of west, texas trying to get back to normal after last week's deadly explosion, we'll have the latest. >> and suspect number 2 gets his miranda warning, he is not an enemy combatant on i'm telling you right now, the girl back at home would absolutely not have taken a zip line in the jungle. i'm really gd that girl stayed at home. vo: expedia helps 30 million travelers a month fi what they're looking for. one traveler at a time. expedia. find yours. hey everybody, hi mom... streaming live with a tour of my new place... knowing you can still reach out. ... and now you've seen it. that's powerful. verizon. get mom a lucid 2 by lg for free. >> looking at a memorial service at boston university at this hour for one of the three bombing victims. 23 year-old graduate student from china. a memorial is planned for the m.i.t. police officer shot and k
you suppose the last election since it is so obvious america voted for an increased control -- conol, increased socialist tendencies to increase control over our lives, what we do that? >> i don't have a clue about election. these people a totally stupid, republicans and democrats. john: on that note, thank you. when we return, good news but education. some schools where kids like to learn. ♪ john: the education blob has been weakened some. that is good. the government monopoly has allowed some schools to escape its tight grip and some innovators. some are great, like the school in harlem where they have managed to get so-called address kids to like learning. >> you guys look forward to going to school in the morning? >> yes. >> school is boring. >> no. >> reading his work, but it's rocking awesome. john: that is awesomeo hear. the bad news is that most kids to want to attend that school cannot. that charter as ten applicants for every spot. but, most american schools are nothing like that. most states to almost nothing to help kids escape the monopoly. only 22 states, the ones in
obvious that competition increases quality. why you suppose the last election since it is so obvious america voted for an increased control -- control, increased socialist tendencies to increase control over our lives, what we do that? >> i don't have a clue about election. these people a totally stupid, publicans and democrats. john: on that note, thank you. when we return, good news but education. some schools where kids ke to learn. ♪ john: the education blob has been weakened some. that is good. the government monopoly has allowed some schools to escape its tight grip and some innovators. some are great, like the school in harlem where they have managed to get so-called address kids to like learning. >> you guys lk forward to going to school in th morning? >> yes. >> school is boring. >> no. >> reading his work, but it's rocking awesome. john: that is awesome to hear. the bad news is that most kids to want to attend that school cannot. thatharter as ten applicants for every spot. but, most ameran schools are thing like that. most states to almost nothing to help kids escape the
chavez's successor is due despite widespread reports of election fraud. coming of the likely outcome last how energy prices are shaped ahead. lori: one senator calling the health-care law a train wreck and it was not a republican, it was a democrat. next up that story and lou dobbs will weigh in on it. melissa: time for stocks, let's go to the stock exchange and nicole petallides, another down day for the market. nicole: a hard day, a hard week, volatility return, on monday we down 265 points. following that the following up 157, yesterday we were down 138 and today back and forth 131 and an uncertain feeling in the vix, the fear index remains to the up side and the same time we say something is down something else is hitting new highs and is really a market where you have to pick and choose what you are living these days. the tech having nasdaq is the worst of the bunch down 3/4% anne hathaway in on the nasdaq heavily. we also have jobless claims which showed more claims and that is not great news for the economy. i wanted to take a look two names on the dow jones industrials. one is the
their attacks and avenged it was elected to the senate here. this is the first meaningful gun safety legislature be taken up since i was elected to this body over 16 years ago. we are here because of newtown, connecticut. there's no question about it. if little over two years ago one of our own, gabrielle giffords from arizona at a town meeting was gunned down by being shot point link in the face and we did nothing. no hearings, no changes in the law. it is just another gun statistic too many people, but newtown touched our hearts. to think is beautiful little children could be massacred in their grade school classroom pier one child was shot 11 times. 11 times. this semi automatic weapon that was firing off rounds as fast as the deranged individual could vote them. so we are here today in the beginning of the debate on this important legislation. what is at stake here? well, this is about background checks. here's the basic questions we need to ask. do we believe the current federal law, which prohibits a convicted felon, a person under the court to avoid domestic abuse, a person judged mentall
with the financial crisis in the economic crisis, there is no time for things to go. if elected others who have run into a sturdy, were growing and they're not. >> and we did not have that money voted on in february 2009, we would've been in in a worse place. >> thank you, mr. chairman. mr. secretary, i'm a big fan of your work but the clinton administration. first i have to take strong exception with your testimony that a provision to support the public credit by assuring revenues to support the public credit is somehow tantamount to default in other obligations. most other states have provisions in their constitutions to do so and have for hundreds of years. last year, chairman of bernanke credited the relative stability and municipal market, which suggests investors are reasonably confident that they won't be any default among among major borrowers. one reason they might believe that is because most states have rules which paid to have repayment and interest payment at a very high priority above other obligations of the state and locality, end quote. mr. bernanke sat where you are sitting on tol
's capital where senators are elected to do the will of the american people and instead, yesterday they did the will of the gun manufacturers and the gun lobby. you can be sure there will be more mass murders more massacres, in the next weeks and next months in this country but most of the united states senators don't give a rat's ass about it. hate to start with that downer but that's the way it is here on the "full court press" this morning. that's mainly what we're going to be talking about and taking your calls about here on this thursday morning. coming to you live from our nation's capital, just down the street from the scene of that cowardly vote yesterday. and take your calls at 1-866-55-press. looking forward to hearing from you and hearing your outrage on twitter at bpshow and on facebook, be our friend on facebook and tell us where the hell we go from here at facebook.com/billpressshow. man, lots to talk about this morning. we're all here. with peter ogborn and dan henning. >> yes sir. >> good morning. >> bill: we come in even on bad days. alichia cruz is here to take your calls.
three trials, and 2000 for being an election year, and the republican party being famous for being spineless did nothing. helddent bush should have an immediate press conference, announced the justices on the supreme court are insane. these people are not bank robbers. they are harming terrorist. toy will not be given access lawyers, not given civilian trials. we will line them up against the wall and shoot them. host: we will have to leave it there. guest: the supreme court decision he was referring to in 2004 did not say they were required to go to article ii courts, and the detainees, lawyers were working very hard on behalf of the detainees and filed the first sue for access to the detainees and on release, weeks after they got there in january 2002, and i would say saidi have pushed for and publicly many times and luckily it is happening now, that especially the detainees before military commissions in the 9/11 as cole walmart, be given the most highly qualified, as defense counsel our country has produced. they have these council. the besthe lawyers are criminal defense lawye
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